noiseam adn14 - Released on April 18, 2002
picture 12" vinyl
Ad Noiseam goes vinyl with this split that bridges the Atlantic
ocean and brings together two of the best acts one can think of,
when it comes to production quality and originality in atmospheric
the musical output of Dimitri della Faille, the head of Hushush,
one of today's most interesting labels. With his first release,
"Des germes de quelque chose", Dimitri was exploring high
frequencies and ear piercing noises, while always keeping a very
innovative and intelligent approach to its sound. His track for
this split, "Perturbacée" is a thought provoking
deep ambient piece, where drones and oscillations are kings. This
is the kind of music that doesn't need vocals to touch you, full
of subtilities, details and inner strength.
the child of the productive belgian musicians John
Sellekaers (Xingu Hill, Ambre, Dead Hollywood Stars, Torsion...)
and C-drik (Crno
Klank, Axiome, Ambre, Dead Hollywood Stars). Letting out their most
diverse creations, the duo has already released an album of drum'n'bass
("The age of terminal irony"), a single of breakcore covers
of pop songs ("Beautiful people") and a free improvisation
with found samples ("Kaleinoiscope"). "Terra Amata"
is probably their most emotional material. A encompassing track
that mixes noises and orchestral parts, in which intense outbursts
of sounds wake the listener from an unsafe daydream.
"Perturbacée / Terra Amata": tones and drones
and back again.
This picture 12" is limited to 450 numbered copies.
Amata (excerpt) - 4min 12s - 2 Mbytes
Perturbacée (excerpt) - 3min12s -1.5 Mbytes
"Des germes de quelque chose" - CD album - Hushush
"The age of terminal irony" - CD album - Gun
Music / Flyco 1999
"The age of terminal irony" - 12" - Flyco 1999
"Kaleinoiscope" - CD album - Falling
"Beautiful people" - 7" - Mirex